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May 23, 2024 2:51 pm

CM lays the foundation stone of three projects worth Rs 16.11 crore

The Fact News Service
Chandigarh, May 25

Haryana Chief Minister, Manohar Lal has approved Rs.34 crore to formulate a scheme to resolve the water crisis in nine villages, including Nizampur in the Mahendragarh district. Under this, 10 to 12 water storage tanks would be constructed in the region by forming two groups of 4 and 5 villages and connecting these groups to the Dharchula Minor and Hasanpur distributaries. Through these tanks water will also be made available to farmers via pipelines, announced Sh. Manohar Lal while addressing the villagers of Nizampur village in Mahendragarh district at the Jan Samvad programme held today.

CM lays the foundation stone of three projects

The Chief Minister laid the foundation stone for three projects costing Rs. 16.11 crore. These include the Dholera bypass to be constructed at a cost of Rs 346.81 lakh, micro irrigation projects costing Rs 704 lakh, Rs 561 lakh in villages Bigopur, Dholera, Khawajpur and Iqbalpur Nangli and Nehru Nagar-Bhungarka respectively.

The construction of the Dholera Bypass was a long-standing need in the region, and the completion of this project will increase the area’s road infrastructure network. Similarly, micro-irrigation projects will help farmers as well as encourage water conservation, said Sh. Manohar Lal.

A new system introduced to provide adequate water supply to South Haryana

The Chief Minister said that the present state government has worked hard over the last eight and a half years to ensure that water reaches every village in Haryana. In this direction, the previous lift irrigation system was improved at a cost of Rs 143 crore to provide Yamuna river water to South Haryana. He stated that water has reached 300 tails of the state as a result of this endeavour.

Policies implemented by Manohar Sarkar are getting continuous public support

During Samvad, the Chief Minister also took feedback from the people on the functioning of the government during the last eight and a half years. When he asked which work of his administration they liked, maximum individuals applauded the government for automatically generating ration cards and social security pensions through PPP, creating a corruption-free transparent system, and hiring on merit etc.

Sh. Manohar Lal informed that 1.04 lakh government appointments have been made during the tenure of the present state government. The recruitment procedure for 65,000 Group C and D posts, as well as in education and police departments, will begin in the next four months.

More buses will run from Nizampur to Nangal Choudhary and Jaipur

During the Samvad, when the villagers urged the Chief Minister for a direct bus to Nangal Chaudhary and Jaipur, the Chief Minister promptly directed the General Manager, Haryana Roadways to run the bus from the village to Nangal Chaudhary four times a day. Similarly, he also directed to start a direct bus service to Jaipur.

The Chief Minister stated that MBBS courses will begin at the medical college to be built in Koriyawas village next year. Along with this, land has been made available for the AIIMS Centre to be developed in Rewari district, which would boost the health-care system in South Haryana.

CM felicitates the outstanding students for their academic achievements

The Chief Minister also extended birthday wishes to Anisha. He also lauded meritorious students Vivek, Kamna and Pravesh, for their outstanding achievement in the 12th and 10th board examinations respectively. The Chief Minister also presented Ayushman Bharat-Chirayu Haryana cards to the eligible beneficiaries.

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